Sexual Misconduct is a devilish thing to do; it's a solipsistic and selfish act which can lead to harmful effects on the lives of those who are the victims of it. In the past few years many people have come out on allegations of sexual misconduct done by men in power, the reason they started coming out so late was the stigma attached to people who claimed to have been victims of it.
These recent claims are against people in power, however normal people go through it every day, and no one says a word because they're too afraid. In lieu of this new sexual misconduct, rules have come out which hope to make it safe for people to live their lives without being victims of such a heinous act.
The new rules have tightened the definition of sexual misconduct and will administer whether schools and colleges went through the proper procedure on these claims.
These trump era rules are going to involve less bureaucratic procedures and can act as the force of law without congress approval. Let's see how these new rules are going to help people in not becoming victims of such misconduct and whether those who do are going to get justice.